Ginkgo's blunders against Shredder in WSCC

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Re: Ginkgo's blunders against Shredder in WSCC

Post by zullil » Tue Jul 07, 2015 12:23 pm

mar wrote:
zullil wrote:Stockfish certainly "feels" that Rad5 is much better than Qc5 here:
Yes, after 1000 seconds of thinking :) (ok this is mpv 4 but still).
I hope you guys realize that engines have limited time budget in a real game ;)
Yes, I understand this was a game and time was limited. But clearly Gingko made a suboptimal move here.

By the way, here's Stockfish with 1 core and an empty 64 MB hash table, searching for just 5 seconds:

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Re: Ginkgo's blunders against Shredder in WSCC

Post by mar » Tue Jul 07, 2015 12:33 pm

Milos wrote:You can pretend as much as you like, but it is as obvious as grass is green that Ginkgo blundered. Why is another question, but difference is simply to large and obvious from the first iteration that can not be defended with different design or style of the engine.
What's obvious is that:
- Ginkgo played a fantastic tournament
- Shredder won WSCS in a play-off match
- SF and Houdini would most likely have won from this position
- neither SF or Houdini have participated

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Re: Ginkgo's blunders against Shredder in WSCC

Post by mclane » Tue Jul 07, 2015 12:46 pm

And ? WHO cares about stockfish or Houdini,
They did not participate,

The championship was about Jonny, ginkgo, shredder, hiarcs, maverick and frivolity, protektor, Komodo.

They took the challenge. The others not.

Jonny won in the open championship.
Shredder in the software championship with uniform hardware.
Komodo won in the blitz championship.

3 very good programs. 3 titles.

Of course ginkgo played good and shredder was lucky to win,
That's how a competitive tournament works.
You need luck too.

Maybe next championship ginkgo wins,
Who knows.

But congratulation to all participants and all winners.
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Re: Ginkgo's blunders against Shredder in WSCC

Post by Milos » Tue Jul 07, 2015 12:51 pm

mclane wrote:And ? WHO cares about stockfish or Houdini,
They did not participate,

The championship was about Jonny, ginkgo, shredder, hiarcs, maverick and frivolity, protektor, Komodo.

They took the challenge. The others not.
The champions of what exactly???
A laughable tournament that in a real world nobody except few fossils heard of :lol: :lol: :lol:.

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Re: Ginkgo's blunders against Shredder in WSCC

Post by mclane » Tue Jul 07, 2015 12:55 pm

Milos wrote:
mclane wrote:And ? WHO cares about stockfish or Houdini,
They did not participate,

The championship was about Jonny, ginkgo, shredder, hiarcs, maverick and frivolity, protektor, Komodo.

They took the challenge. The others not.
The champions of what exactly???
A laughable tournament that in a real world nobody except few fossils heard of :lol: :lol: :lol:.
Do you want to troll around ?
This was the official icga championship,
The official titles in computer chess,

This was not a laughable tournament,
It was well organized and broadcasted live into the Internet,
Stop trolling around and get a life.
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Re: Ginkgo's blunders against Shredder in WSCC

Post by Milos » Tue Jul 07, 2015 12:56 pm

mar wrote:
Milos wrote:You can pretend as much as you like, but it is as obvious as grass is green that Ginkgo blundered. Why is another question, but difference is simply to large and obvious from the first iteration that can not be defended with different design or style of the engine.
What's obvious is that:
- Ginkgo played a fantastic tournament
- Shredder won WSCS in a play-off match
- SF and Houdini would most likely have won from this position
- neither SF or Houdini have participated
99 out of 100 first engines from any of the current rating lists would win from the position. Uri was just pointing out to an obvious blunder of supposedly strong engine (that also came out of nowhere, I wonder what would be its similarity with current SF, hehe). What has that to do with who is a champion or on which pathetic tournament the game was actually played?? This is a chess engine forum and a chess game of an engine has been analysed...
Only you know why you are constantly twisting the topic.

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Re: Ginkgo's blunders against Shredder in WSCC

Post by hgm » Tue Jul 07, 2015 1:15 pm

Milos wrote:A laughable tournament that in a real world nobody except few fossils heard of :lol: :lol: :lol:.
That remains to be seen. One thing is for sure, however: nobody in the real world knows about you, and those that do would certainly not take anything you say seriously... You seem to live in a parallel universe.

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Re: Ginkgo's blunders against Shredder in WSCC

Post by Milos » Tue Jul 07, 2015 1:17 pm

hgm wrote:
Milos wrote:A laughable tournament that in a real world nobody except few fossils heard of :lol: :lol: :lol:.
That remains to be seen. One thing is for sure, however: nobody in the real world knows about you, and those that do would certainly not take anything you say seriously...
Is that ad hominem a result of recognising yourself in some words of my post, "a fossil" part maybe? :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Ginkgo's blunders against Shredder in WSCC

Post by hgm » Tue Jul 07, 2015 1:29 pm

No, it just points out the delusional nature of your general conspiracy thinking, when you start to ramble about bribery and such. It just has no roots in reality...

When you post something, it is pretty strong evidence that that something is not true. You can call that an 'ad hominem', but I just call it an observation.

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Re: Ginkgo's blunders against Shredder in WSCC

Post by Milos » Tue Jul 07, 2015 1:32 pm

hgm wrote:No, it just points out the delusional nature of your general conspiracy thinking, when you start to ramble about bribery and such. It just has no roots in reality...
Levy and bribery and especially Ilyumzhinov and bribery, that must be science fiction, almost as Blater and bribery, especially when you say so :lol: :lol: :lol:.
When you post something, it is pretty strong evidence that that something is not true. You can call that an 'ad hominem', but I just call it an observation.
Really interesting observation coming from someone whose postings about real world (beyond physics particles and computer chess) have less in common with reality than children cartoons...

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